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Mugunthan Siva

The exciting story surrounding emerging markets has been the rise of two economic powerhouses, India and China. Whilst both countries share some basic similarities, they differ in many significant ways, most importantly stock market returns. In this wire, we articulate how they differ and what investors should expect going forward. Show More

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Mathan Somasundaram

Market built on the early positive run to finish a solid positive day despite a substantially weak GDP data. The weak GDP data, underemployment worries and low wages growth shows the weakness in the local economy despite the strong commodity prices. Beaten up stocks were the best performers again today... Show More

Mathan Somasundaram

Market closed positive despite multiple efforts to go higher were met by profit taking on the back of previous five out of the six days delivering negative returns. US market continues to hold stretched levels despite US dollar index beginning to roll over. Global markets continue to struggle with historically... Show More

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Mathan Somasundaram

Aussie market was once again aimless trended down despite a bounce in the middle of the data after the strong trade data. AUD and commodity prices are under pressure as USD strengthens. The Aussie market continues to run out of juice around 5400. We see similar issues in the US... Show More

Clime Asset Management

Faith in the sharemarket has been battered by the bear market in banks, major miners and other blue chips. Fear continues as it seems volatility in global markets will never cease... Everything that we are hearing in the financial news is enough to shake anyone’s confidence. So is our nation’s... Show More

Mathan Somasundaram

Aussie market started positive and then doubled the gains on the back of better than expected GDP data. It was all about the banks after the GDP data came out. The GDP data showed that the economy was starting on a good position in 2016 while majority of the drivers... Show More

Altair Asset Management

The last economic data and key announcements of 2015 are almost in the bag and, on balance, are pointing to Q4 economic growth internationally and in Australia running a touch stronger than commonly expected as little as a month ago. Better-than-previously-expected growth, including in the US, made the first US... Show More